Trump Crashes When Georgia Supreme Court Rules Out His Motion To Disqualify Fani Willis

The Georgia Supreme Court quickly and unanimously ruled against Donald Trump and his motion to disqualify DA Fani Willis and overturn the special grand jury report.

The state Supreme Court wrote in a unanimous 5-page decision:

In addition, this Court has stated that, although the defendant had found that the grand jury had acted unlawfully for special purposes, neither the subsequent withdrawal of the indictment nor the removal of evidence was an appropriate attempt to overreach the grand jury because there was no violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights. and no structural defects in grand jury proceedings occurred.

And, in relation to the Petitioner’s request to disqualify Willis from representing any party in any and all proceedings involving him, we only note that the Petitioner in his original petition did not set out the facts or law required to mandate Willis’ disqualification by this Court in this case. time on this recording. For these additional reasons, the Complainant does not point out that this case is one of the extremely rare circumstances in which the original jurisdiction of this Court should be invoked, and the application is therefore dismissed.

The motion to overturn the special grand jury report and disqualify Willis is Trump’s Hail Mary to avoid criminal charges in Georgia. This country has seen this same film in case after case that Trump has brought on since he lost the 2020 election.

Trump asked his lawyers to make frivolous claims that have no legal basis because the former president used the courts to send a political message to his supporters.

Legal experts understand that Trump’s motion to the state supreme court will not work. That hasn’t stopped the one-term president from trying to win over his supporters and delay the process in Georgia.

Donald Trump is heading for criminal charges in Georgia, and the state Supreme Court will not acquit him.

Jason is the managing editor. He is also the White House Press Pool and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor of Political Science degree. His postgraduate work focuses on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.

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